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How to use eavesdrop in a sentence

Without intending to eavesdrop, Frank paused there a moment, unconsciously listening.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S CHUMSBURT L. STANDISH
I suppose you mean I must loaf around there and eavesdrop—for anything that may come over.
A PAGAN OF THE HILLSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
I had no intention to eavesdrop, but I was drowsy and for a moment or two I nodded again.
THE STORY OF BAWNKATHARINE TYNAN
She drew a chair to the window and sat down to eavesdrop without the slightest feeling of compunction.
THE LONE RANGER RIDESFRAN STRIKER
So Sofia could, if she had cared to eavesdrop, have overheard everything that passed between Mr. Karslake and the man Nogam.
RED MASQUERADELOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Our General Communication dial has caught her talk and begins to eavesdrop.
WITH THE NIGHT MAILRUDYARD KIPLING
He had an opportunity to learn one evening, and conquered a passionate desire to eavesdrop.
THE GUARDED HEIGHTSWADSWORTH CAMP
It would be too great a strain on our feminine curiosity not to eavesdrop on Don's little romance.
KINDRED OF THE DUSTPETER B. KYNE
The words said between souls are not heard by the eavesdropping ear, but the soul also can eavesdrop, and tells in its time.
THE JUDGEREBECCA WEST
Did you learn how to eavesdrop in a correspondence school or did it just come naturally?
DON HALE WITH THE FLYING SQUADRONW. CRISPIN SHEPPARD

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